The Soling World Championships are international sailing regattas in the Soling class organized by the International Sailing Federation and the International Soling Class Association.
Most titles has Norwegian sailor Paul Davis won, with four titles between 2002 and 2012 and another one podiums. Second most titles has Brazilian Vicente Brun, with three.
The most championships has been won by American sailors, nine editions, followed by Canadian sailor, seven titles, and sailors of Denmark (5).
The Soling was an Olympic class from 1972 to 2000.
The first Soling World Championships were held in Copenhagen in 1969, the year after the selection as Olympic Three-Men Keelboat for the 1972 Summer Olympics.